Touch of Class

Lattice Scroll Area Rugs

Overview

The pure wool Lattice Scroll Area Rugs add charm and flair to your floors with their subtle elegance! Depth and dimension are shown in the hi-lo design of the fields with a raised hand-hooked lattice and vine motif. Luster-washed area rugs, .5" thick, have a classic design to blend well with most decor. Made in China. We recommend professional cleaning by a rug cleaner.

• Specify Blue Shadow or Ember Glow
• Other colors are no longer available
• Rectangle & round rugs
• Also coordinates with Color Classics(TM) Bedding (I020)
Specify Aqua Mist, Blue Shadow, Dusty Mauve, Ember Glow, Golden Bronze, or Wheat. Designed by Touch of Class(R)! Design may vary by size.

Lattice Scroll Area Rugs are made in China from pure wool. Backs are cloth-covered latex.

Vacuum regularly. Rotate rug annually. For minor spills, clean immediately by blotting with a cloth or sponge. We recommend professional cleaning by a rug cleaner. We also recommend the use of a rug pad to protect the rug and the underlying surface and to prevent color transfer.

Do not place the rug in damp areas or moisten the rug with liquids, as dampness may cause deterioration. To help protect the backing, roll the rug when storing; do not fold. To help prevent fading, do not place the rug in areas of direct sunlight. For rugs used over carpeting, do not conduct any cleaning prior to removing the rug, and do not return the rug until completely dry.
Rectangle: 3'6"x5'6"; 5'x8'; 8'x11'.
Round: 5'6"; 8'.

Lattice Scroll Area Rugs

#T122-001

Lattice Scroll Rectangle Rug

T122-001

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$119.99
$429.00
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Lattice Scroll Round Rug

T122-003

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$93.99
$329.00
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Reviews

Review Summary
(Based on 1 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 3.0 / 5.0

Reviews

Color wasn't the same
Anonymous from MN wrote on June 16, 2016

Nice rug but the color was a lot darker in person than on-line. Maybe the description could state dark bronze. I would have bought the gold, but it looked too light on-line and probably would have worked better.